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Notre Dame 89, Sheboygan North 36

SHEBOYGAN – Gracie Grzesk scored 39 points to lead the Tritons to the Fox River Conference Classic. On the same subject : Santa’s Workshop qualifies for a Morris County Small Business Grant.

Grzesk made seven 3-pointers and scored 35 points in the entire first half.

Syd Whitehouse added 16 points for Notre Dame.

Sheboygan North was led by Anna Fogle with 10 points.

Notre Dame: Barington 9, Webster 3, DeMaulin 2, Fayta 6, Whitehouse 16, Waldrop 6, Musical 8, Grzesk 39. 3-pt: Grzesk 7, Musical, Whitehouse, Fayta, Webster, Barington. FT: 13-18. Mistakes: 14.

Sheboygan North: Dailey 3, Shear 3, Toeller 7, Sanders 2, Fogle 10, Tagel 4, Martinez 2, Schley 3, Adams 2. 3-pt: Fogle 2, Dailey, Shear. FT: 4-5. Mistakes: 11.

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Sheboygan Falls 57, Kiel 48

SHEBOYGAN FALLS – Addison Schliewe scored 22 points and Makenzie Schroeder added 12 to lead the Falcons to a win over the Raiders.

Emma Adleman led Kiel with 24 points. Read also : Travel points count as marital assets. Halle Meyer added 12 points.

Sheboygan Falls 25 32 – 57

Kiel: Saeger 5, Adleman 24, Neils 3, Meyer 12, Manz 2, Mueller 2. 3-pt: Saeger, Adleman 4, Neils, Meyer 4. FT: 4-6. Mistakes: 11.

Sheboygan Falls: Beeck 9, Schliewe 22, Potokar 6, Schroeder 12, N. Nickolai 8. 3-pt: Beeck 2, Schroeder 2. FT: 7-10. Mistakes: 5.

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Mishicot 60, Manitowoc Lutheran 33

MANITOWOC – Julie Koeppel scored 27 points, including 21 in the second half, to lead Mishicot to a win over the Lancers.

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Manitowoc Lutheran 14 19 – 33

Mishicot: Krause 4, Tulachka 8, Rosenow 4, Koeppel 27, Stodola 4, Willems 5, Moyle 8. 3-pt: Willems, Moyle 2. FT: 15-19. Mistakes: 16.

Manitowoc Lutheran: M. Krause 4, Mar. Mehlhorn 11, Luebke 2, Mal. Mehlhorn 5, Dewane 2, Korte 4, Ermis 5. 3-pt: Mal. Mehlhorn. FT: 8-14. Errors: 20.

Brillion 63, New Holstein 37

BRILLION – Megan Schuman had a hot hand, scoring 23 points to lead the Lions to a win over the Huskies.

“We did a good job of playing physical defense in the second half and really limited the offense,” Brillion coach Jeff Capelle said. “We shared the ball well offensively, and we had a lot of players shooting inside and outside.”

Addison Casper and Grace Schisel led New Holstein with 12 and 10, respectively.

New Holstein: Pethan 3, Woelfel 6, Schneider 2, Schisel 10, Casper 12, Groner 4. 3-pt: Pethan, Schisel 2. FT: 6-11. Mistakes: 10.

Brillion: Schuman 23, Dietrich 8, Schwahn 5, Schuh 2, Williams 4, Hale 17, Klug 2, Ott 2. 3-pt: Schuman, Dietrich 2, Schwahn, Hale 5. FT: 4-8. Mistakes: 11.

Oakfield 59, Central Wisconsin Christian 37

WAUPUN – The Oaks almost took control of the game at the half, outscoring the Crusaders to improve to 12-4 overall.

Krista Sabel was the only scorer in double figures with 10 points for Oakfield.

Taylor Hoffman led the CWC with 9 points.

Central Wisconsin Christian 18 19-37

Oakfield: Vielbig 2, Kottke 7, Sabel 10, Leibenow 3, Stahmann 3, Streeter 7, Lamonska 6, Patten 4, S. Hofman 8, J. Hofman 9. 3-pt: Kottke, Sabel 2, Stahmann, J. Hofman . FT: 6-11. Mistakes: 16.

Central Wisconsin Christian: Vander Werff 2, T. Hoffman 9, Smies 4, Ritzema 8, Braskamp 7, E. Hoffman 7. 3-pt: T. Hoffman, E. Hoffman. FT: 11-18. Mistakes: 11.

Bonduel 53, Wittenberg-Birnamwood 38

WITTENBERG – The Bears outscored the Chargers by 13 points in the second half to get the win.

Hailey Zernicke and Ella Hischke both scored 13 points to lead Bonduel. Audrey Weier had eight rebounds.

Wittenberg-Birnamwood was led by Rory Salvesen with 12 points.

Wittenberg-Birnamwood 21 17 – 38

Bonduel: Troxel 8, Hischke 13, Weier 8, Sporisky 5, Thompson 6, Zernicke 13. 3-pt: Hischke 3, Sporisky, Zernicke. FT: 2-9. Mistakes: 15.

Wittenberg-Birnamwood: Rogowski 9, Linke 7, Salvesen 12, Resch 5, Granquist 5. 3-pt: Linke 2, Rogowski. FT: 5-9. Mistakes: 12.

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Mayville 69, Laconia 65

MAYVILLE – The Cardinals overcame a one-point halftime deficit to defeat the Spartans.

Brad Bushke scored 31 points for Mayville and Adison Mittelstadt followed with 16 points for the Cardinals.

Jaeden Grade led Laconia with 24 points. Ethan Pinno added 14 points and Keeton Grade had 11 for the Spartans.

Laconia: car. Farrell 5, J. Grade 24, McCauley 4, K. Grade 11, Cas. Farrell 7, Pinno 14. 3-pt: Drive. Farrell, J. Class 3, Red. Farrell, Pinno 4. FT: 10-16. Errors: 20.

Mayville: Schlender 5, Raddemann 2, Schraufnagel 8, Mittelstadt 16, Thoreson 7, Bushke 31. 3-pt: Schlender, Schraufnagel, Mittelstadt, Bushke. FT: 17-28. Mistakes: 13.

Menasha 64, Green Bay East 34

GREEN BAY – The Bluejays limited the Red Devils to just 10 points in the first half while building a 23-point lead in the Bay Conference victory.

Quinn Ludvigsen led Menasha with 16 points. Riley Yonker added 10 points for Menasha.

Greg Denny, Tyler Boeder and Marcus Hall scored seven points to lead Green Bay East.

Green Bay East 10 24 – 34

Menasha: White 6, Young 5, Hibbler 2, Yonker 10, Wienandt 1, Sconiers 3, Mukome 6, Luckridge 8, Mohr 5, Ludvigson 16, Fliehman 2. 3-pt: Young, Younker, Sconiers, Mukome, Luckridge, Mohr. . FT: 6-11.

Green Bay East: Broadnax 2, Denny 7, Habane 3, Anderson 2, Carlson 2, Boeder 7, DeVillers 2, Hall 7, Jordan 2. 3-pt: Denny, Hall. FT: 6-9.

Campbellsport 62, St. Mary’s Springs 56

CAMPBELLSPORT – The Cougars outscored the Ledgers 43-31 in the second half to take the win and move within one game of first place in St. Louis. Mary’s Springs in the Flyway Conference.

Lucas Rameker led the St. Mary’s Springs 18 points. Gavin Jahns and Josiah Moul scored 14 and 13 points respectively.

St. Mary’s Springs 25 31 – 56

Campbellsport 19 43 – 62

St. Mary’s Springs: Moul 13, Baker 3, Rameker 18, S. Coon 7, J. Coon 1, Jahns 14.

Winnebago Lutheran 85, Lomira 80

LOMIRA – The Vikings raced to a 17-point halftime lead in their win over the Lions.

Sam Loehr led Winnebago Lutheran Academy with 35 points. Noah Gensler added 18 points and Noah Walta scored 15 points.

Logan Menzer led Lomira with 28 points. Jake Broeske and Jackson Goebel added 19 and 16, respectively.

Winnebago Lutheran 45 40 – 85

Winnebago Lutheran: Schwartz 7, Wiedmeyer 2, Gensler 18, Simon 2, Loehr 35, Simmons 4, Hansmann 2, Walta 15. 3-pt: Gensler 3, Loehr 6, Walta 2. FT: 16-18. Mistakes: 12.

Lomira: Goebel 16, Hahn 4, Luedtke 9, Menzer 28, Broeske 19, Steers 4. 3-pt: Goebel 2, Luedtke 3, Menzer 6, Broeske 3. FT: 4-7. Mistakes: 17.

BOYS HOCKEY

D.C. Everest 4, Wisconsin Rapids 3

SCHOFIELD – The Evergreens scored four goals in the first period and cruised to a win over the Red Raiders.

Nolan Elgersma scored twice for DC Everest while Charlie Biolo Thompson and Adam McKaig scored the other goals for DC Everest.

Keaton Oettinger, Brett Schulz and John Freidel assisted DC Everest.

Wisconsin Rapids scored two goals from Josh Dekarske and one from Carsen Gause. Dekarske, Keynan Miller, Michael McDonald, Trevor Vilbaum and Tyson Vilbaum each had an assist for Wisconsin Rapids.

Griffen Bunnell made 35 saves in goal for DC Everest. Milo Spurlin made 22 saves for Wisconsin Rapids.

De Pere 4, Sheboygan 2

ASHWAUBENON – Jake Weckwerth scored twice and Allen Butrymowicz and Judeah Kniskern added goals to lead the Voyageurs to a victory over the Red Raiders.

Zach VanWychen and Theodore Matheson both had assists for De Pere. Evan Ott had one assist.

Sheboygan got goals from Drake Moberg and Nolan Buchaklian, with Gavin Marx assisting.

Keegan Handrick made 18 saves for De Pere. Zane Vande Hey made 27 saves for Sheboygan.

WRESTLING

Kaukauna 53, Neenah 15

160: Nick Novak N pinned Peyton Lee 5:30. 170: Liam Crook K pinned Zach Kramp 2:18. 182: Judah Hammen K dec. Eli Gast 12-1. 195: Drew Wendzicki K pinned Jeremy Wiggs-Schmalz :39. 220: Jordan Loose K dec. Eric Schaufelberger 9-3. 285: Ben Krueger K dec. Nate Cleveland 3-2. 106: Nick Jenkins K pinned Jaxon Ennis 1:20. 113: Eli Armatti N dec. Michael Posorski 5-3. 120: Declan Koch N pinned Moses Hammen 5:15. 126: Lucas Peters K pinned Jacob Herm 3:42. 132: Bryan Winans def Jayden Sheppard 9-1. 138: Greyson Clark K pinned Preston Hella: 46. 145: Connor Smith K pinned Jaden Reay 1:47. 152: Brady Sprangers K dec Kaden Roth 2-0.

De Pere 51, Manitowoc 22

152: Easton Becker M dec. Maximus Cavanaugh 6-0. 160: Diesel Dekeyser DP pinna Thor Ash 4:56. 170: Malakai Munoz M dec. Aiden Yedica 5-4. 182: Michael Alexander DP won by forfeit. 195: Brennan Kincade DP won by forfeit. 220: Myles Rubringer DP won by forfeit. 285: Jackson Bromberek DP won by forfeit. 106: Brooke Corrigan DP pin Pedro Estrada 1:42. 113: Mycah Beckett DP pinned Emjay Neumann: 53. 120: Aythan Thrasher M pinned Easton Pollock 1:40. 126: Paden Clarke DP dec. Jackson Bongle 8-3. 132: Oscar Estrada M dec. Ryan Rouse 14-5. 138: Connor Schenian DP pinned Matt Yang in 1:42. 145: Isaac Pionek M pinned Charlie Josart 3:04.

Pulaski 77, Green Bay Preble 0

195: Will Friedman P pinned Calvin Veriha in 3:22. 220: Trenton Gibbons P pinned Eli Bartels 2:00. 285: Eric Sperduto P pinned Caleb Katers 2:37. 106: Jake Fredrickson P pinned Alex Campos in 3:51. 113: Alec Nelson P dec. Ben Rowell 9-0. 120: Trever Nooyen P dec. Aiden’s deal 8-1. 126: Ethan Eggert P pinned Mason Vandenbush in 3:07. 132: Conner Nooyen P pinned Alex Yang in 1:34. 138: Colin Pratt P pinned Landon Morella: 42. 145: Cole Gorecki P pinned Bane Plzak 3:32. 152: Mason Taylor P pinned Juan Garcia in 3:35. 160: Griffin Vanlannen P pinned Donavin Wynos 4:11. 170: Tristan Taylor P pinned Dominic Prince: 36. 182: Chase Woosencraft P dec. David Torres 11-3.

Bay Port 63, Ashwaubenon 9

160: Carter Kallies BP won by forfeit. 170: Ayden Bruckner BP pinned Jacob Mc Vane in 2:40. 182: Easton Hawkers dec. Ethan Farley 9-8. 195: Josh Krebsbach BP won by forfeit. 220: Alex Warden BP pinned Andrew Krull: 32. 285: Troy Dietzler A pinned Vaughn Campbell: 44. 106: Landen Heim BP pinned Logan Bowers: 41. 113: Owen Wathke BP pinned Noah Egandrury 3:12 . 120: Alois Stumpf BP tech. they beat Carter Bona 15-0. 126: Peyton Garcia BP dec. Owen Bowers 6-5. 132: Owen Noel BP pinned Parker Malvitz in 1:17. 138: Nicholas Schomaker BP dec. Jonah Leisgang 9-2. 145: Trevor Finger BP dec. Nathan Parliament 9-1. 152: Jacob Ward BP won by forfeit.

Marshfield 61, Wausau West 7

106: Jon Sternweis M pinned Henry Ruffi 3:57. 113: Samuel Volm WW dec. Ava Gardner 10-0. 120: Jace Kelnhofer M dec. Thai Yang 15-10. 126: Easton Ledden M dec. Christopher Galang 6-4. 132: Keenen Landwehr M pinned Alexander Voight 3:30 138: Brett Franklin M pinned Christian Galang 3:04. 145: Hoyt Blaskowski M pinned Gabriel Galang 3:03. 152: Grayden Rode M dec. Timothy Gospodarek 13-2. 160: Caleb Dennee M tech. they beat Henry Galang 16-0. 170: Garrett Willuweit M won by forfeit. 182:  Owen Griesbach M pinned Connor Calmes 3:50. 195: Mason Seidl M dec. Evan Raboin 9-1. 220: James Clements M pinned Caleb Tuley 2:15. 285: Cayden Kershaw WW dec. Adrian Kruger 9-8.

Cedar Grove-Belgium 45, Random Lake 25

106: Carsen Voskuil CGB won by forfeit. 113: Vince Knowles CGB won by forfeit. 120: Chase Koepp RL dec. Seth Race 12-1. 126: Jesse Burg CGB pinned Elijah McChain: 33. 132: Jackson Averill RL pinned Owen Race 4:41. 138: Seth Smallish RL dec. Gavin Davies 12-11. 145: Mason Hoopman CGB pinned Cole Keller: 56. 152: Stone Pomeroy RL dec. Winston Reichle 9-5. 160: Owen Morgan CGB pinned Jayden Young in 3:52. 170: Toren Vandenbush RL pinned Jackson Foster in 3:42. 182: Joe Schoeder CGB pinned Elijah Fassbender. 195: Jordan Platner CGB won by forfeit. 220: Michael Upson RL dec. Deven Soerens 3-1. 285: Diego Morales CGB dec. Diego Brandt 2-1.

Oostburg 44, Reedsville 31

106: Landon Holschbach O pinned Nevaeh Krepline 2:52. 113: Sam Schmalz R won by forfeit. 120: Rigoberto Tellez O won by forfeit. 126: Tristen Verbeten R dec Kaden Arndt 15-3. 132: Levi DeZoute O dec. Ethyn Sebo 13-5. 138: Collin Kelly O pinned Shawn Storzer in 2:48. 145: Connor Mentink O pinned Ayden Sebo:57. 152: Deegan Bubolz R dec. Anthony Decker 8-6. 160: Nash Bank O dec. Carson Taddy 13-3. 170: Logan Lodel R pinned Kedan Laganowski 2:46. 182: Adler Strenn R pinned Devan Laganowski in 1:46. 195: Brayden Grunwald won by forfeit. 220: Carson Dekker O won by forfeit. 285: Jade Busse R pinned Josh Wensink 2:50.

Winnebago Lutheran 60, St. Lawrence Seminary 24

138: Cristian Cruz SLS won by forfeit. 145: Ryan Do SLS won by forfeit. 152: Brenden Ebert WLA pinned Angel Hernandez in 1:53. 160: Jack Karst WLA pinned James O’Neill in 1:44. 170: Terry Guell WLA pinned Will Hying :29. 182: Moses Metzger WLA pinned Ivan Saavedra: 23. 195: Alec Oberg WLA pinned Jerry O’Neill: 19. 220: Sebastian Paul WLA pinned Sebastian Montemayor 4:34. 285: Oscar Blohm WLA pinned Oscar Lazaro at 2:58. 106: Immanuel Xavier SLS pinned Arisu Toyama :19. 113: Riley Luedke WLA pinned Seamus McCarty: 38. 120: Thomas Kim SLS won by forfeit. 126: Brycen Lindvall WLA pinned Diego Bahena in 1:40. 132. Clayton Ebert WLA pinned Vladimir Perez-Medina at 3:56.

BOYS SWIMMING

Marshfield 131, Wausau East 38

200 Medley R: 1, Marshfield (Simon Dagit, Henry Hilbelink, Kyle Berres, Carson Klumb) 1:55.78; 2, Marshfield (Luke Hilbelink, Reid Geiger, Kevin Buth, Michael Dick) 2:01.88. 200 Free: 1, Carlos Koehn M 2:12.96; 2, Hayden Nelson M 2:13.53. 200 IM: 1, Simon Dagit M 2:21.08; 2, Michael Dick M 2:26.91. 50 Free: 1, Henry Hilbelink M :24.33; 2, David Richards WE:25.21. 100 fly: 1, Kyle Berres M :57.91; 2, Marcus Gruszynski WE 1:08.22. 100 Free: 1, Henry Hilbelink M :54.17; 2, Zander Edmundson M:57.92. 500 Free: 1, Hayden Nelson M 6:17.44; 2, Michael Dick M 6:22.35. 200 R: 1, Marshfield (Kyle Berres, Simon Dagit, Zander Edmundson, Henry Hilbelink) 1:40.79; 2, Wausau East (David Richards, Quinn Barber, Isaac Harding, Marcus Gruszynski) 1:44.73. 100 Back: 1, Kyle Berres M 1:04.24; 2, Carson Klumb M 1:09.95. 100 breaststroke: 1, Simon Dagit M 1:13.23; 2, Kevin Booth M 1:16.47. 400 Free R: 1, Marshfield (Carson Klumb, Kevin Buth, Carlos Koehn, Zander Edmundson) 4:05.58; 2, Marshfield (Hayden Nelson, Joshua Peters, Carson Bernard, Garrett Bernard) 4:28.86.

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